Looking for ways to brighten up a tired interior? Surround yourself with these vivid wool felt accessories. From photo album covers and felt "paintings" to picture frames, candleholders, footstools, table accessories, and more, you'll find the perfect project to brighten your surroundings-or give to someone special. Fun, easy techniques are suitable for all skill levels.
Angels are among us almost everywhere and sometimes in unexpected places. Celebrate or give a gift to the angels in your life with the fun projects in this book using my Angels Among Us fabric from Benartex and my coordinating tea towels by Indo-US Sales. Angels are watching over you!
Inspired by the breathtaking gardens and countryside of England and Europe, this book brings fresh floral designs to applique enthusiasts. Susan Taylor Propst has outdone herself with the variety of color combinations in this follow-up to her top-selling Beautiful Blooms.
Presenting an encyclopedia of techniques to resurface, reshape, restructure, and reconstruct fabric. More than 350 diagrams will show you how to begin with the simplest flat piece of cloth and progress to a beautiful finished tapestry.
Sew simple strip sets, cut wedges and sew a circle. You get TWO circles with the same strip set! It's so much fun to experiment with color! The wedge tool makes 27" circles. You also have the option of sewing the two circles together for a unique figure eight hanging. The many design and layout options plus an acrylic wedge makes this a real bargain.
Pattern and Wedge Tool
It's all in your attitude! That's what Mom taught me and it's true. I hope you'll have fun with this block-of-the-month fusible applique quilt which reminds us of uplifting attitudes and values that can make our lives more enjoyable and beautiful. Make the entire quilt, or choose individual blocks to make into a mini-quilt for each month. These blocks were designed using my William's Inn fabric from Benartex. Encourage a happy mood!
Quilts you can piece without worrying about matching seams or corners...Curves you can sew without pinning or hash marks...A quilt that looks good enough to hang in a gallery, but you put it together in a single weekend. You can do it all with Peggy's new Blendable Curves technique. Just stack, slice and sew! 10 complete projects start simple and build to more complex techniques. Perfect for anyone with basic quilt skills.